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“Page One” and the two kinds of authenticity in print news

“Page One” and the two kinds of authenticity in print news

“Page One: Inside The New York Times” certainly holds true to its title. From the very first scene, it thrusts viewers literally inside the physical production and distribution process of the paper, while the rest of the movie shows the inside of the production of content. The documentary follows arguably the most iconic figure The New York Times has ever seen, giving an intimate look at the people behind the headlines.

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7 of Netflix's Underground Classics

7 of Netflix's Underground Classics

Netflix can be tricky to navigate sometimes. I joke with my parents constantly about how there are no good movies on Netflix, but the truth is, there are so many good movies, it can be overwhelming. Hopefully you haven't seen many of the ones on this list so you have an ample "to watch" list for the coming weekend.

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Don't Listen to the Critics: 8 Horror Movies on Netflix That Are Actually Worth Your Time

Don't Listen to the Critics: 8 Horror Movies on Netflix That Are Actually Worth Your Time

Any horror buff — and I use that term loosely — knows that if there's one thing film critics hate, it's Netflix-approved modern horror movies. So if you pride yourself on only watching quality entertainment as dictated by the highest of opinions (pretentious attitude definitely intentional), you're going to run out of things to watch pretty quickly if you're not careful.

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